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airports have privatized security. including san francisco and a study was done comparing san francisco to los angeles and san francisco even though it's a private contractor, the agents are trained like they are for regular tsa. 65% more productive than in los angeles. they have more flexibility though the pay and the benefits are the same. it works. >> rick, let me put it to you this way. is it possible that privatization could be worse than what we have now? >> probably not. to steve's point he is right. the statistics between san francisco and l.a., san francisco did great. however, so you understand the full story, there are other airports that tried where it didn't come out any worse but not so good. look, if you look into what a lot of the aviation experts have to say, basically what they tell us is it's a nicer wrapper around the same product. you still have government supervisors, identical technology, identical procedures, they don't seem to think it's going to save us that much money. so, just a question of whose pocket the paycheck is coming out of. >> it's not only saving,
's national. >> i think it's national, too, adam, i'm not sure what the situation is in san francisco, but they're a little bit more elitist sometimes than new york city. >> yeah, you know, i'm not sure of my facts here, i don't think we have a wal-mart in san francisco, and i don't think it's a -- it's a labor issue necessarily. this is very similar to our last conversation, i mean, every-- i agree this is not a national issue, people in new york are-- >> and making the choice. >> wal-mart, they're making to make it-- >> let adam finish and it then we'll pile up on him. go ahead, adam. >> i don't think, by the way, that this is particularly fair to wal-mart what is happening in new york city. having said that, i think the opposition to wal-mart is sincere. yes, it brings in the sheer economy scale. >> hold on, adam, when you say it's unfair to wal-mart, we're talking about, what about being unfair to people who live in these neighborhoods? you know the south bronx is the poorest congressional district in america, do you know how many people want a job and love to buy a flat screen tv
cover of forbes magazine. he's right in silicon valley and they have to commute yahoo from san francisco you say it is two hours in the car productive time? >> i like richard's judgment. he runs an airline and you need people to be on the plane, but the thing is with yahoo, it has a bated infrastructure, that's what the new ceo inherid and basically she has to save the company. i will give you a quote from a former worker in yoo hoo. i support the no working at home. there is a ton of abuse. there is it a lot of slackers who work at home and not doing the jobs they should have . she's got to fix it. >> but there is it an irony here, yahoo and google and facebook are thinking of denying working at home, their companyings -- companies are part yeah basod a model of work at home. >> i agree with that. and shockingly i agree with what rich had to say. it makes no sense. what i am hearing is that it is all about yoo hoo concerned that people are workog their own start-up projects on yahoo's dime. if she thinks that they are going to stop workog their own project by bringing them insideif they
the ban. john: in san francisco more people got sick from food poisoning because people used reusable bags. >> these bags harbor disease that is possible people died because of a silly band. john: another unintended consequence, store owners say a increase in shoplifting of people coming in. it means well. but there are unintended consequences and these politicians are arrogant and we should have limited government. thank you, angela, working for the competitive enterprise institute, which understands that. up next, climate change. >> this is a huge, huge planetary crisis, we have to transform our energy system away from fossil fuel. it is not even a question. john: it is not even a question? then i am ready. but am i just falling for more green tyranny? ♪ [ male announcer ] from the way the bristles move to the way they clean, once you try an oral-b deep sweep power brush, you'll never go back to a regular manual brush. its three cleaning zones with dynamic power briles reach between teeth with more brush movements to remove up to 100% more plaque than a regular manual brush. and even 7
that require this including san francisco and washington d.c.. but should more cities get on board even though it is the sacrifice of the bottom line? joining us is the director of financial regulation studies with the cato institute and the kolff vander and a co-founder. why is this a good idea? are people losing their jobs because they call in sick? >> it is good you don't want people sick to come to the office but industries with the highest number of businesses that don't offer paid sick leave our restaurants and retail outlets. so people are preparing our food, ringing up purchases that are sick. someone came to urban outfitters sick withthe flu worked all day at the cash register. adam: there are plenty of people here who do have six -- sick days. what is the data of people who lose their jobs because they call in? >> reno a huge percentage of people do not have paid sick leave. are they losing jobs? >> it is hard to disagree with someone who says you cannot penalize somebody for calling in sick. >> that has to be the discretion of the employer. if i go to a restaurant and the waitress c
point. >> i am all for the ban on plastic bags. john: a ban for plastic bags. san francisco is not alone. seattle and a bunch of other places have done this. austin, texas. what is wrong with that? >> you don't think about the unintended consequences. researchers at the university of pennsylvania studied and noticed the hospital emissions from victory related illnesses went up 25% after the ban. john: in san francisco more people got sick from food poisoning because people used reusable bags. >> these bagsharbor disease that is possible people died because of a silly band. john: another unintended consequence, store owners say a increase in shoplifting of people coming in. it means well. but there are unintended consequences and these politicians are arrogant and we should have limited government. thank you, angela, working for the competitive enterprise institute, which understands that. up next, climate change. >> this is a huge, huge planetary crisis, we have to transform our energy system away from fossil fuel. it is not even a question. john: it is not even a question? then i am rea
, just you said. in fact 12 miles off the shores of san francisco. and it's a place for a thousand entrepreneurs who are starting new companies, new high-tech companies, to be able to do it right near silicon valley where they can connect with capital and meet with great people and all the stuff that really helps companies succeed and become the googles and the facebooks of the future. david: all right. dario, call it by name, a boat or series of ships connected to each other. it is a floating lab if you will for high-tech startups, right? >> that's correct. that's correct. our goal is to have the most amazing place anywhere in the world, including silicon valley for high-tech entrepreneurs to live and work in. we would like to have the best and brightest people from different parts of the world, living and working together. it's kind of like olympics on the high seas for the high-tech entrepreneurs. but it is really important to mention that being close to silicon valley is the most important component of our plan because the silicon valley is the the best place to do high-tech st
there spinet quarantine would be difficult to enforce but look how this plays out in san francisco. they passed this 2007 and did a survey. two-thirds support this lot and it cost in negligible 1% of overall compensation cost this is nothing. pennies on the dollar with the huge public health benefit. adam: mark needs day last word. >> to points. we have health code violations if the health department goes in with six employees that is the code violation. if two-thirds of the employees' support this then why do we need the government to tell them to do it? i am not for the government to force the competitors to do not want to do it. adam: on that you can keep this going off there. thank you for being here. this issue will probably be taken up in other states. thank you. major cyber attacks against u.s. banks could begin this weekend and every american who banks on mine, watch this. project a blitzkrieg is on the way we have details next how to protect yourself it is about protecting your money. ♪ because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. u can even take a full-size or
news, my friends. prices are up as much as 23% in phoenix, 18% in san francisco, vegas, detroit seeing big jumps. joining me now, the ceo and founder of real wealth network and robert shiller, a yale economist and co-creator of the case shiller home price index which is followed by many. robert, i will start with you. is this a real recovery? >> well, i think home prices are likely to go up this year, maybe into next. but i still worry about price declines. i don't see -- you know, this is a government-supported recovery, and the government may not be there, may not continue this years into the future. so i think there's still something to worry about. gerri: kathy, is there still something to worry about? >> it depends on where you live. we've spent too much time talking about a housing market. there's no such thing. there's a lot of little markets, little neighborhoods, and the last time i checked people still like living indoors. our population is growing by 1.5% every year, that's four million people. if you count a household as two and a half people, that's about two million homes
and noticed the hospital emissions from victory related illnesses went up 25% after the ban. john: in san francisco more people got sick from food poisoning because people used reusable bags. >> these bags harbor disease that is possible people died because of a silly band. john: another unintended consequence, store owners say a increase in shoplifting of people coming in. it means well. but there are unintended consequences and these politicians are arrogant and we should have limited government. thank you, angela, working for the competitive enterprise institute, which understands that. up next, climate change. >> this is a huge, huge planetary crisis, we have to transform our energy system away from fossil fuel. it is not even a question. john: it is not even a question? then i am ready. but am i just falling for more green tyranny? when we my mother made the best toffee in the world. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really thought i wou
of the stores doing that same day delivery. google is doing this in san francisco with target that you like, melissa. melissa: i love target. >> wal-mart to go. they're test driving wal-mart same day delivery. so the lockers in the stores for web sales. sometimes you get the amazon package and still on the doorstep. they're talking about putting lockers in wal-mart stores for your online wal-mart goods. melissa: there are a lot of folks doing same day delivery. that's a huge one. got to get into that business of getting it to you faster, forget about it. >> exactly. whether we see this being rolled out this year, we could see it in the summertime. some of the pieces of this strategy, customers as couriers, they were spit balling about that one brainstorming. adam: go get my t-shirts. what are you doing here? >> i will deliver it right away. melissa: emac, thanks so much. coming up tonight on "money," we have jeff and jackie schaeffer, creators megahit show on fx, "the league". we'll discuss how original content and niche audiences become the only way for networks to stay profitability. bran
's up about 37%. at its highest point it traded $95. san francisco-based company. obviously it was a $14 ipo. trading as high as 1995. stuart: a very big move. the chief executive will be on the show letter. tomorrow marks the first anniversary of obamacare. citing this huge affordable carrot into law. could he know beat on raveling? we have an overwhelming bipartisan vote in the senate which repealed the tax on medical devices. and then we have health insurance warming of -- warning of much higher premiums when the -- when obamacare takes effect. let's bring in president of the american enterprise institute. wishful thinking that i'm saying that obamacare unravels before it takes effect? >> that is a little bit of wishful thinking, and i join you in your optimism. at think number one, the vote yesterday, a nonbinding resolution. the only way to roll back the device manufacturer tax is rick comprehensive tax reform. and expressive motion, and what it says is the first thing we have to know. that obamacare is starting to bite, and when it does people are not going to like what happens. st
with the u.s. attorney's office in san francisco follows a probe into illegal internet pharmacies dea has been investigating fedex over similar issues according to "wall street journal" sources but fedex not a part of that settlement today. nicole: as homes claw that way back to precrisis levels, another issue is climbing up. zombie homes are broken down homes eye source for neighborhoods and hotbeds for criminal activity. do you really want one of these in your neighborhood? probably not. for more on the zombie homes, bring in zillow chief economist, stan humphries. this is the first topic, stan. how much of a problem are the zombie homes, foreclosed homes, sit on your road, they're dilapidated and falling apart and sometimes can be a place for criminal activity? what do you think? >> i don't think zombie homes are really any problem for the overall market. they are definitely problems for local municipal governments because they're a drain on resources it false to the local government to maintain the houses and there's not receiving tax revenues for them. but for the overall market the
, the minnesot vikings trading to san francisco and seattle respectively. stars like victor cruz of the giants and there'll reavis of the jets could be on the move for the right price. and the list of high-ice players already cat is growing by the minute. up next, slow-growth, high unemployment, not revenue but argues we should look to the third world to turn around our firrt world economy. we find out what he means next. ♪ today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it uto 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. ♪ lou: my next guest says discipline is the key to economic success in the data states and europe should be taking cues from the third world countries to which they are often preaching. joining us now, the dean of new york university, stern school of business, peter henry, also the author of this new bo
as mayor of san francisco where she saw people slaughtered in her own office. i mean, it. >> how is it condescending and root? piaster a very simple question about the application of the second amendment to the first amendment. he did it in a very respectful tone, and i will tell you this, as a woman i would have not been offended command a definitely would have not played the victim card and said i tell patronize the way that she did. she should have answered the question, not let the other boys on the senate committee, a third offense. she could not answer the question because she was trapped in hypocrisy on the constitution . liberals hate being asked about the constitution. they jump around. >> i don't think she was trapped at all. impact might think she responded quite directly in saying that the idea of we, the people, you know, being covered by guns and then also as it applies to the fourth amendment, there was a difference. there were exemptions, and these tensions he spoke of was no one is trying to take away these guns. all we're saying here is that when it comes to the
to change america. according to a san francisco he is given up to $20 million to a new advocacy group that will support comprehensive immigration reform. american oligarchy. isn't that exciting? ec back here. he has a lot of time to check up don't expect him to stay down there. they are intent on filling their agendas, but don't get confused. they're talking about their agendas, not america's, and not yours. we did not even have time to get to warren buffett, bill gates. the really big guys. stay tuned this week. we're going to explore all that these american oligarchs are involved and politically and how they're trying to change this country that uni live-in. it's going to be fascinating. see to it throughout the week. 2016. obama's america, a runaway hit of the box office last year. documentary on -- filmmaker tells us what is up next. out of touch and out of space. the taxman wasting a lot of tax dollars. same-sex marriage and the constitution. the supreme court takes up the case. attorneys render their opinion in dobbs lawn next. ♪ this is america. we don't let frequent heartbur
, we are venture capitalists, we have an accelerator in san francisco that we work with aspiring entrepreneurs. could we take what we do everyday in our business and translate that into prison and re-create that? it was an experiment that has worked, it has resonated inside with the business community, potential employers so it has been pretty incredible for us. neil: incredible for a lot of folks, but it confirms we all have some good in us. the generosity and the spirits to help bring it out. continued success with this, it is a great thing you are doing. thank you. >> thank you. neil: forget about whether investors keep buying. what if consumers just quit shopping? the only underarm treatment for low t. that's right, the one you apply to the underarm. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occ
conundrumhere demand is there but supply is not. >> demand is across the country, i came back from san francisco, with biggest ceo of real estate, there is not a market that doesn't have -- that has enough inventory,. neil: the problem? >> it is a lot of things, it is pent-up demand, a lot of people have not done things for a lot of years, itself their equity starts to come back they can move, they pretty much know it is bottom. so they figure, you know, already rched bottom we can make a move. neil: sellers are they just waiting it out, if it has reached value? >> they think that interest rates might go up, you know, we have low interest rates,. neil: that is already happening, katrina, what is it going to take, i can't believe i'm saying this sellers to start selling, they are the only part of the equation that is not coming in. >> you know what is interesting most of our buyers are cash right now. neil: you are at high-end too. high-end their cash but not everyone is like that? >> i am, and to get sellers to sell, they are going to have to pay them top dollar we would have never thought it wo
, but without strong job growth and with their risk of some foreclosure still to come. in other markets like san francisco, seattle, denver, we are seeing big price increases along side strong job growth and tight safety race. in other words, and those markets -- gerri: with housing and job growth going hand-in-hand, job growth is what fuels new housing purchases. that is very good news. i want to talk for a second about sustainability of the trend because, let's face it, housing inventories are in the toilet. there was a 17% drop in housing inventories year-over-year. that is a huge move. and you cannot -- i mean, this is what is in part filling the increase on prices because there are so few houses to pick from, naturally the prices go up. so at the end of the day you think it is sustainable. >> in fact inventories are down more than 50 percent in some markets, like many veterans in california. right now we are trapped in an inventory spiral. no one wants to sell the bottom. rising prices will eventually in the next year or two cause more people to want to sell. gerri: come on. that is that th
can take this model to other cities. d.c., san francisco, boston, l.a. we will grow that way. melissa: a couple of people, maybe i don't necessarily want to go with the harvard guy or from one of the top 60. maybe they aren't the best pick. >> it's not elitist. at this point it is harvard, and why you. any school that you can think of quality wises on our side. melissa: think you for coming on. coming up on "money," should the cost of your airline ticket be determined by your weight? a new proposal would bring a tax to the friendly skies. details coming up. you can never have too much "money." ♪ we went out and asked people a simple question: how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with
, saying that now he's really trying to expand and take on yelp directly. yelp is a san francisco-based company. four square is a new york-based social networking company. and you're talking about yelp when you think about you go into a restaurant and you go into yelp, you give your review, good, bad, terrible, either way, but obviously yelp now has a serious competitor of four square at their heels getting ready for that. liz: if four square gets in the business, you have to be concerned because they have some smart people there too. nicole thanks for watching that for us. you know it's got to eventually happen; right? i'm not talking about the cleveland browns winning the super bowl. that is going to happen, but i'm talking about -- [laughter] liz: -- the question of ben bernanke's timing, when will the fed stop qe, sending interest rates higher? we're bringing in len tannenbaum, fifth street finance chairman and ceo. he's got about 1.6 billion in assets under management. publicly traded company in a fox business exclusive. you have got a game plan. >> absolutely. liz: do you se
. hikers, bikers, kayak, canoe. liz: was state are you a best seller in? >> from san francisco up to the west coast. the east coast, all along the east coast from north carolina on north end of course the rocky mountain states. in new hampshire and vermont via the number one selling car. liz: new hampshire and vermont. a lot of these in oakland and berkeley. also a professorial car. >> it is. a lot of college professors and engineers, doctors. liz: a different style of follow because that was always what the professor dr. karp. >> it is. we get a lot of cross sales with volvo. liz: this is available in the fourth quarter. >> the fourth quarter of this year. >> who would love to. thank you. liz: i love it. not going to miss that color. thank you very much. sure your bracelet. what is this? this gets you in? >> this is our goal and objective. we put this down every year. a little bracelet. it's a says, there are two years. our fiscal year. more spending. liz: showed. >> great expectations because that was our key for this year, great expectations. and then for this year our theme is
they can about me, maybe i fly new york to san francisco, twice a month, they will look me up with a higher price, isn't that the whole goal? >> they want to knoo what airlines you like, what you like. it will build the secret sauce returning the three options that you are really going to want. the problem is those three options are 40% over what you should really pay, you will not know that at the time and that is the real problem. gerri: will they be showing the same results on the group sites, or how does it work? >> you're looking at a two-dimensional screen not only presenting very complicated set of plates, but now 100 options with each one, somehow be able to compare delta and american and united and it is almost important to do. they want us to do this on a phone. so it is almost impossible to do. in the end what they really want to do is shop on the airline sites, it cost them less and wants you to buy things that are add-on and premium up selling product. they want to act like amazon where there is a fee plus a sushi menu of other things. very difficult to do this, but they will g
there. >>> also making money, fast track, they are the to operators for san francisco's golden gate bridge. for the first time since it opened in 1937 the bridge has no human toll operators. it began all digital to system today. fast track will save $60 million over eight years from the move. even when they say it's not, it is always about money. melissa: so despite the turmoil in europe the bulls shook off most of the day's early losses. u.s. markets seemed like they can withstand just about anything right now. a new report by the commerce department may help explain why. with most of the global economy on shaky ground, foreign investment cash is pouring into the u.s. sounds like good news for us but i don't know, come could back to bite us with foreign investors decide to yank out their cash. let's bring in the "money" power panel with more. jonas max ferris, cofounder of maxfunds.com. james freeman, assistaat editor of "the wall street journal" editorial page. leif is director of american wealth management. thanks for joining us. jonas, what do you think? foreign investment is po
day jobs, we are venture capitalists, we have an accelerator in san francisco that we work with aspiring entrepreneurs. could we take what we do everyday in our business and translate that into prison and re-create that? it was an experiment that has worked, it has resonated inside with the business community, potential employers so it has been pretty incredible for us. neil: incredible for a lot of folks, but it confirms we all have some good in us. the generosity and the spirits to help bring it out. continued success with this, it is a great thing you are doing. thank you. >> thank you. neil: forget about whether investors keep buying. so let's break down this play. charles? uh, charles couldn't make it. his single miles card blacked him out re and here. he should have used... the capital one venture card. he's coming to us from home. hey fellas... hey baby, you want mama to iron your undies? nice tightie whities. i didn't know mrs. barkley made quilts. really? looks like a circus tent. is that the best you got? now if you put this, with this, you have a sailboat. what's
champion baltimore ravens, the minnesota vikings trading to san francisco and seattle respectively. stars like victor cruz of the giants and there'll reavis of the jets could be on the move for the right price. and the list of high-price players already cat is growing by the minute. up next, slow-growth, high unemployment, not revenue but argues we should look to the third world to turn around our firrt world economy. we find out what he means next. ♪ so let's break down this play. charles? uh, charles couldn't make it. his single miles card blacked him out here and here. he shod have used... the capital one nture card. 's coming to us from home. hey fellas... hey baby, you want mama to iron your undies? nice thtie whities. i didn't know mrs. barkley made quilts. really? looks like a circus tent. is that the best you got? now if youut ts, with this, you have a sailboat. what's in your wallet? ♪ ♪ lou: my next guest says discipline is the key to economic success in the data states and europe should be taking cues from the third world countries to which they are often preaching. joini
is on the case. she is live in san francisco with more on what is just a categorical scandal, claude, and what is happening now? >> you're right, liz and david, good afternoon. the state parks department here in california is in damage control mode after becoming a symbol of government incompetence. turns out for more than 13 years ten of millions of tax dollars sat unused in hidden rainy day accounts as the state was moving to close 70 parks and volunteers desperately scraped together donations to keep them open. at first it was thought to be an embarrassing accounting mistake but according to a investigation by the attorney general's office park officials deliberately kept the funds secret. critics it says as much about bad management as it does about the mind set in sacramento. >> when someone working within a department and agency almost becomes their own and they think of it as their own and they get very protective of it. that culture they have then determines their behavior and it is obviously in this case it was the wrong behavior. >> well thanks to a new state law the secret stash whi
in san francisco. i don't think they can get much easier. david: we have to leave it at that but i have to ask finally, is it possible pressure, public pressure people calling their congressman could hold off the point at which these apps might be taxed to the point where they could do harm to the entire industry? >> i believe so. that's why congress did what they did last week. yeah, it is still very much undetermined, yet to be determined. david: dr. stephen greer, great to see you. thanks very much for coming. liz? liz: david, despite sales not reaching targets last year and demand in the industry lacking nissan is still putting the pedal to the metal with the launch of 2013 all-electric leave. they are standing by it but jeff flock is behind it as behind the wheel. jeff? >> listen, liz, can you hear this? can you hear? yeah, you're right. that is the sound of an electric engine. it is a leaf that charges faster, goes farth and costs less. how is this possible? i will explain from behind the moving wheel of a nissan leaf, the 2013. stay tuned. we're in traffic though. oh gees. (annou
delivery service in the san francisco bay area. shoppers that sign up will get six months of free same day online orders with retailers in the area. >>> a a quarter of u.s. firms in china are victims of data theft. chamber of commerce and trade secrets were compromised and stolen from their china operations. >>> toys "r" us is withdrawing the 800 million initial public offering. it filed it in may 2010. no explanation. diswas provided. >>> new york is raising minimum wage. legislature approved $15 billion budget that included hiking pay from 7.25 an hour to $9 an hour by 2016. that is today's speed read [buzzer] liz: special good friday version. thank you very much. what if your next smartphone screen was nearly unbreakable, unscratchable? i'm talking really unbreakable? no scratches, no nicks, no cracks. one company is hoping to make that reality using sapphire instead of glass. the catch? it will maybe your cell phone a lot costlier and maybe heavier. hey you will save money, right. if you don't have to keep replacing it. tom gutierrez, ceo of ge -- gte advantagesed technologies. i have
take the equivalent of the entire city of san francisco to lead over a six-year period for bill maher to understand what it's like to live in california. stuart: nicely put. charles: a week ago he said that bloomberg's soda ban looked bad. now he is on this. anyone who really works hard for their money has a point. i think he has reached it. i bet something awful happened where he saw the money being squandered. you could even say you are patriotic. i think most people would step up and say i will pay extra. to take the money, compensated and wasted to the degree that it is wasted -- liz: the comedian said, you think health care is expensive now, wait until you see how much it cost when it is free. stuart: doctor ben carson strikes again. he was critical of president obama as he was sitting right next to him. now he is warning about our debt problem. he says the president is destroying the nation. >> let's say they wanted to destroy this nation. i would create division among the people. undermine the financial stability of the country. it appears coincidentally. [ laughter ] >> that t
. ♪ cheryl: time for your westcoast minute. san francisco's union bank is expanding in arizona. the bank has decided to open a new mortgage operation center. the center is expected to create 250 jobs. the governor offered tax incentives to union bank which is owned by mitsubishi financial trading and the new york stock exchange, up over 16 percent year-over-year. the employment picture is much better in hawaii. initial jobless claims were down 25% we cover week. every county, except the big island, has double-digit increases. and let's call this march madness. in spokane, the ravens, the company sells what is called the sag's blend. never a big seller until now. both the men and women's team are in the n.c.a.a. tournament. the coffee chain cannot keep it in stock. there are more items to come based on the teams. and that is your west coast minute. well, it is the 11th hour for cyprus. the latest on bailout talks still happening. plus, steve more of the "wall street journal" weighs in on whether the plan makes sense or if they should just go bust. and you can look, but you cannot take it home
to have to travel to new york, los angeles, or san francisco and pick them up in person. the tab will not be picked up about i about google. congratulations. adam: i think honestly, i think i do it. wait until apple perfects it. i think it will still be pretty cool. melissa: you would pay $1500? adam: when apple does a creation of it. google great, they will introduce it but i will wait for apple to perfect it. doesn't isn't that the way apple does it. >> eyeglasses. there with we go. adam: thank you, shibani joshi. melissa: wooing tim geithner. charlie gasparino up next on which wall street firm is trying to lure the former treasury secretary. adam: college seniors counting the months until graduation but will there jobs for them once they're in the working world? a new reading on the number of entry level jobs just ahead. melissa: a look at the treasury as we head out to break. ♪ . the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her... no. no! no. ...likes 50% more cash. but i don't give up ea... do you want
it starting to listen. starting in the san francisco area. this is smart place to start. will it save the stock? they have missed last two earnings reports. the stock is off 100 points from the high. i would not jump in. i would like to see them with a pretty good earnings report and sort of suggest they righted ship a little bit. one of these stocks ultimately you get back in. ashley: growth growth policy, don't they? triple number of stores. more than any restaurant they're trying to grow. >> i think they should. one thing that they doohave, remember what big-time short, one of these guys who always shorts and masters of the universe shorted it and said taco bell was taking clients from them. i have customers, i don't even consider them in the same realm as taco bell. but i do think it was part of the economy and part of growing pangs and hiccups that come along with it. i'm not going back into chipolte mexican grill yet. i like this idea. the guy is amazing. not sure tofu will be answer to their woes but we'll see. ashley: all right. tracy: on my cracker barrel list of places i hav
know that you are looking to buy a house in san francisco recently. you are saying maybe not so fast. you started your current company in california. maybe not the next one? >> maybe not the next one. the current company just got started. dagen: what do people talk about, like your friends, people that you work with, entrepreneurs or just acquaintances, are they seriously talking about leaving the state? do you find that discussions are coming more often, if you will? >> yes, dagen, it is unbelievable. almost on a daily basis, if not twice on a daily basis. i think california could end up with less tax revenue overall. it has gotten so high that people are trying to get out of the state before they make money. dagen: do you think the lawmakers in the state fully understand what is at play? ultimately, this could damage the state permanently, in terms of success and the types of entrepreneurs and companies that it creates. >> i think you are right. over 3 million people have left the state since 1990. i do not know what it will take for them to notice. it is not just the magnitude of
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